The iOS 16 operating system has been finished developing by Apple engineers and programmers, and the platform is soon to be ready for a public release, according to well-known Bloomberg journalist Mark Gurman.
The company intends to launch watchOS 9 and iOS 16 simultaneously with the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 smartwatches in September, but the operating systems for iPadOS 16 tablets and the macOS Ventura platform won’t be available until a month later.
iOS 16 will be available to everyone in September.
iOS 16 introduces a customizable lock screen with widgets, the ability to temporarily edit or unsend an iMessage, an iCloud Shared Photo Library for sharing photos with family and friends, and other new features to the Apple ecosystem. Furthermore, Apple has restored the display of the battery percentage in the top-of-the-screen indicator.
According to a recent report, Apple plans to release the iPhone 14 and Apple Watch Series 8 on September 7th. We predict that new software will be unveiled at this event. However, we have received no official statement from Apple. According to Gurman, the October event will centre on iPads and Mac computers. This includes the iPad Pro with the M2 chipset, as well as new operating system versions.
The iPhone 14 series, as well as iOS 16, will be available next month. As the press conference approaches, more and more information from the supply chain is emerging. According to a source who manufactures protective cases, the iPhone 14 series will come in up to eight different colours.
This time, both the standard edition and the Pro models should have the purple colour that will become standard. The iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Max will be available with a glossy glass back and a darker purple colour. Frosted glass and a lighter purple colour will be available for the iPhone 14 Pro and iPhone 14 Pro Max. Several sources have confirmed that the iPhone 14 squad will not include any blue smartphones. Remember that this is one of the most popular iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 Pro colours.